Doctor suspended after genocide arrest warrant

By Incorrect Author 19 October 2009

A French hospital has suspended a Rwandan doctor after a nurse discovered he was wanted for genocide. Eugene Rwamucyo has been wanted by Interpol since 2006, but says he is the victim of an injustice. Rwandan authorities allege the man committed war crimes during the 1994 genocide that killed up to 800,000 people. Rwanda issued a notice to Interpol that requires countries to arrest the suspect with a view to extradition. Read more: BBC

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